Derek Shoen
Derek Shoen
Derek Shoen




Iowa Western CC
Truman (HS) • MN
6-3 • 200LBS • R/R
Travel Team: TCBA


2018 National

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6/20/17- 6-foot-3, 200-pound right-handed hitting 2-way player. Strong physical build. As high as 89 mph in past; this is Shoen’s first full spring/summer with travel and legion baseball. Above avg. athlete with strength; Shoen’s shows considerable promise in college. Fastball was 80-83 mph slight cutting action. 11/3 breaking ball has short break at plate. 7.15 runner. Front heel turn trigger, short to contact, shows ability to drive baseball to outfield, power potential in swing and frame, 93 mph exit velocity. Long release on throws, solid/avg. range, sure hands, accurate to bag with carry, has athleticism to play 3B, 83 mph arm across infield.

3/20/17- 6-foot-3, 200-pound right-handed hitting 2-way player. Has made large strides in overall game in last year. Simple step and turn into balance point, occasionally loses posture, with avg. extension and finish. Long clean arm action producing 86-89 mph fastballs, slightly downhill, with late running action. Shows avg. command of 11/5 curveball with flashes of sharp break. Has feel for slightly firm changeup and is a usable pitch. 7.28 runner. Shoulder load with front heel turn trigger, stays connected, short to contact, drives baseballs up in zone, flashes power potential, aggressive swinger, 89 mph exit velocity. Sure hands, avg. feet and range, plays back on ball relying on arm strength, makes solid plays, accurate to bag with carry, 85 mph arm strength across diamond. Shoen previously un-ranked; will make substantial jump into MN 2018 rankings.

5/3/16- 6-foot-2, 190-pound right-handed hitting 2-way player. 7.59 runner. Short load, long stride, line drive swing plane, hard contact, pull approach, 87 mph exit velocity. Short steps, solid glove, tends to sit back on groundballs, shows athleticism on body control, fields better on the move, 76 mph arm strength. Raw mechanically with good tools to work with. Uncontrolled front leg, lands across body, and throws with one-piece arm action from OT slot. Fastball was 76-78 mph with flashes of running action. Varying break and spin on curveball at 60-63 mph. Developing feel for changeup.

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